Himself, herself, itself, themselves; that specific (person mentioned). (pronoun)
An individual person as the object of his own reflective consciousness. (noun)
Examples of word self
If the temporary coalition of conscious states that is winning at the moment is what I am, is the self, each temporal chunk of Ëœselfâ„¢ is likely to be found in different parts of the brain from other such chunks and there will be many NCCs of unified consciousness in many different places.
The impossibility of defining objects in terms of relativity to a finite self, conducts dialectically to the conception of the _absolute self_.
The means for this suppression of self _depends entirely on the development of the consciousness of self_.
 I mean by the "lower self," not the animal base of one's existence, but the ordinary self _claiming to be the true self_, and so rising in rebellion against its lawful lord.
It all depends on what the man is _within_ himself, his intrinsic character, his _real self_; and no matter where he goes, that character, that self, goes with him.